Reference numberNLB/33/235
Alternative reference numberNLB/33 p138
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [Émile] Armet de Lisle, 13 Rue Vignon, Paris
Date21 July 1906
DescriptionProfessor Liveing has sent on Lisle's letter of the 18 July and by the authority of the President of the Royal Society [John William Strutt], Harrison begs Lisle to forward the radio-active products he has been preparing for the Society, addressing them to the President. It would be more convenient if they could be sent in one consignment. Is in communication with the President as to whether the products should be dried before being dispatched and will send a further communication on this point.
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